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That appears to be the $64,000 question.  Most employers and some courts believe that the answer is no.  The Pregnancy Discrimination Act (“PDA”) simply requires that pregnant employees not be
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The United States Supreme Court has declined to review the Fifth Circuit decision Carder v. Continental Airlines, Inc. that decided, as a matter of first impression, that the Uniformed Services Employment and

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